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(looking through, i saw a suggestion that wouldn't work for any other week. this is my 1st attempt at a FA writeup, so i doubt it's very good. moving previous suggestion to next week, if that's okay.)
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{{featuredimage|sloshybowl.PNG|200px|Strong Sad enjoys the halftime show by sloshy.}}
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{{featuredimage|thebrothersstrong.png|200px|The Brothers Strong. From left to right: Strong Mad, Strong Bad, Strong Sad.}}
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It's that time of year again, when the American Football Championship Game takes place. It's time for the Halftime Entertainment and Delight... though it's not who you may expect. [[sloshy]] has been selected to perform for halftime this year. Even the announcer is surprised by this. In the [[basement of the Brothers Strong]], [[Strong Sad]] is seen enjoying the song sloshy sings, which consists of the repeated line "American Football Championship Game" and of the members talking about how the lead singer has not bet any money on the game. At the end of the song, one of the members of sloshy states that they played soccer in high school. [[Sloshybowl|'''(more...)''']]
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'''[[The Brothers Strong]]''' is the collective term for the three brothers, [[Strong Bad]], [[Strong Mad]], and [[Strong Sad]]. The eldest of the brothers is Strong Mad, followed by Strong Bad, then Strong Sad. According to Strong Bad in the email [[flashback]], [[The Cheat]] was taken in by The Brothers Strong when he was found in an [[egg]] filled with fish sticks. The Strong Brothers' assumed surname is "Strong", since it is common to each of them. Even though the [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner body of work]] is an American-based cartoon, their family name is spoken ''before'' the individual's [[Wikipedia: Given name|given name]], a naming convention mistakenly labeled the [[Wikipedia:Personal name#Name order|Eastern order]]. The nationality of the brothers is fairly ambiguous.  Although Strong Bad often has a faint Mexican accent, his brothers have no sign of one.  In [[Marshmallow's Last Stand]] and the [[Old Characters Page]], the Brothers Strong are said to be from a place called "Parts Unknown". In [[secret recipes]], Strong Bad describes his childhood life in "Bumdumbourge" (a country near "Totalslava"), although this information is most likely [[History According to Strong Bad|false]].  Despite all this, it has been suggested numerous times that the brothers have lived in their current house in [[Free Country, USA]] throughout their lives (or at least since their childhood). '''[[The Brothers Strong|(more)...]]'''

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The Brothers Strong. From left to right: Strong Mad, Strong Bad, Strong Sad.

The Brothers Strong is the collective term for the three brothers, Strong Bad, Strong Mad, and Strong Sad. The eldest of the brothers is Strong Mad, followed by Strong Bad, then Strong Sad. According to Strong Bad in the email flashback, The Cheat was taken in by The Brothers Strong when he was found in an egg filled with fish sticks. The Strong Brothers' assumed surname is "Strong", since it is common to each of them. Even though the Homestar Runner body of work is an American-based cartoon, their family name is spoken before the individual's given name, a naming convention mistakenly labeled the Eastern order. The nationality of the brothers is fairly ambiguous. Although Strong Bad often has a faint Mexican accent, his brothers have no sign of one. In Marshmallow's Last Stand and the Old Characters Page, the Brothers Strong are said to be from a place called "Parts Unknown". In secret recipes, Strong Bad describes his childhood life in "Bumdumbourge" (a country near "Totalslava"), although this information is most likely false. Despite all this, it has been suggested numerous times that the brothers have lived in their current house in Free Country, USA throughout their lives (or at least since their childhood). (more)...

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